Terry Gilliam's long-awaited next film, "Zero Theorem," is finally going to hit the big screen.
Amplify and Well Go USA Entertainment announced that they acquired the domestic distribution rights to Gilliam's sci-fi movie and will release it in late summer. "Zero Theorem" debuted at last year's Venice Film Festival, and the director has been looking for a buyer since then.
Gilliam has said that "Zero Theorem" completes a dystopian satire trilogy that began with 1985's "Brazil" and 1995's "12 Monkeys."
The movie stars Oscar winner Christoph Waltz as a reclusive, brilliant computer programmer tasked with coming up with a formula to determine whether life holds any meaning. Waltz is joined by an all-star cast including Matt Damon, Tilda Swinton, Melanie Thierry, and David Thewlis.
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